Enterprises Prepare for Tidal Wave of New Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications

Scottsdale, AZ --- As new augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) devices flood the market,ABI Research predicts enterprises will need to prepare for a tidal wave of new enterprise applications as the industry shifts its focus to the corporate and gaming verticals. AR usage in enterprise is on the rise, with smart glasses for gaming forecast to grow by 82% through 2021; VR will see similar crossover into enterprise, with an 88% CAGR through the same period.

A combination of new hardware announcements and expanded content selection in both AR and VR are driving this shift in use case focus. Osterhout Design Group (ODG) showed off their new Project Horizon smart glasses display that offers a wide field of view; together with a partnership with OTOY, a consumer content push is coming from one of the leaders in enterprise smart glasses. In VR, HTC’s Vive for Business push opens up a compelling entry into VR for corporate and enterprise usage.

These findings are from ABI Research’s Augmented and Virtual Reality News, Updates, and Future Devices. This report is part of the company’s Enterprise IT & OT Convergence sector, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.

For further details, visit https://www.abiresearch.com/market-research/product/1024741-augmented-and-virtual-reality-news-updates/?__hstc=753710.7767a00f7d860780e210e6ce5f30ae12.1470919550552.1470919550552.1470919550552.1&__hssc=753710.1.1470919550552&__hsfp=4170461586
 

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